Zigzag [adjective]

Definition of Zigzag:

moving side to side

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Sentence/Example of Zigzag:

Where the drawing is white, cover the page with zigzag lines.

The voyage of the best ship is a zigzag line of a hundred tacks.

And there she was, waiting for them in the wet, at the first turn of the zigzag.

The lines of wall, floor and ceiling were strangely off proportion, zigzag, unrelated.

Carmena dropped it at his feet and began to zigzag down the mesa side.

We should never have been able to ascend the hill without going in zigzag.

This was built in zigzag shape, so that a flanking fire could be kept up from it.

"I can see the zigzag road leading up to the Hermitage," said Rosie.

We had to grope our way as well as we could between the zigzag fences.

Its zigzag course makes it problematical where it will fall.